I’m at Google’s annual client/thought leadership conference for the first half of the week, a rather press-slient confab by the name of Zeitgeist. I’ll post what I can but don’t expect much, the sessions are off the record. To the weekend links:
Google’s Biggest Advertisers in June 2010 (And What They Tell Us About Online Media) (Chasnote) Chas breaks down Google’s clients (who are with me at Zeitgeist) and the rest of the world’s big spenders. They don’t quite line up.
Yes, That’s The Wall Street Journal Tracking You (adAge) Funny to see this story continue, and the Journal eat some crow.
Seven Important Social Media Trends For The Next Year (TNW) Fine overview of major trends, in case you’ve been on vacation the past few months…
Nokia appoints Stephen Elop to President and CEO as of September 21, 2010 (Nokia) Nokia faces a serious uphill battle but it seems it’s ready to charge.For analysis, see Nokia’s New CEO: Challenges (Monday Note)
Search Takes a Social Turn (NYT) Well, yeah. Not a deep article, not an enlightening one, but, it’s er, what the zeitgeist is all about right now….
YouTube Instant. The last two days…(Feross) Really, this is a great Internet story. See also “YouTube Instant” Dude Can’t Go to Work for Chad Hurley, Because He’s Already Working For Mark Zuckerberg (ATD)
The line between book and Internet will disappear (ORR) I already feel like my work is proof of this.
Apple Decides Antennagate Is A Bunch Of B.S. After All (AAPL) (SAI) No, it’s not. I have a Droid, a Blackberry, and an iPhone 4. Trust me, the iPhone is not a phone. At all.
Mark Zuckerberg opens up. (New Yorker) A profile.
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